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In the House
Genre Sitcom
Created by Winifred Hervey
Starring LL Cool J
Maia Campbell
Alfonso Ribeiro (1996-1999)
Kim Wayans (1996-1999)
Debbie Allen (1995-1996)
Jeffery Wood (1995-1996)
Theme music composer Quincy Jones III
Theodore Miller
Composer(s) Anthony Hale, Jr
Theodore Miller
Country of origin  United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 76
Production
Executive producer(s) Bob Burris
Gary Hardwick
Winifred Hervey
Quincy Jones
Michael Ware
Producer(s) Walter Allen Bennett, Jr.
Teri Schaffer Hick
Michelle Jones
Werner Walian
Running time 22 mins. (approx)
Broadcast
Original channel NBC (1995-1996)
UPN (1996-1999)
Original run April 10, 1995 – August 11, 1999

In the House is an American sitcom that premiered on April 10, 1995 on NBC. The series moved to UPN after its second season where it remained for an additional three seasons until it was canceled on August 11, 1999. In the House starred LL Cool J and Maia Campbell.

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Synopsis

Marion Hill (LL Cool J) is a former professional football player with the Los Angeles Raiders. Because of his financial predicament, Marion is forced to rent out most rooms in his house to newly divorced single mother Jackie Warren (Debbie Allen) and her two children, Tiffany (Maia Campbell) and Austin (Jeffery Wood).[1]

After the second season, the series was retooled, becoming more adult oriented. Jackie and Austin both moved back East while Tiffany stayed with Marion to finish high school. Joining the cast for the third season was former Fresh Prince of Bel-Air star Alfonso Ribeiro as Dr. Maxwell "Max" Stanton and In Living Color cast member Kim Wayans as Tonia Harris. Both Maxwell and Tonia helped Marion manage the Los Angeles sports clinic he owns.[2]

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Fresh Prince of Bel-Air connection

In the House and Fresh Prince were both executive produced by Winifred Hervey, David Salzman and Quincy Jones. During the second season's first episode, Alfonso Ribeiro and Tatyana Ali appeared as their Fresh Prince characters (Carlton and Ashley Banks) in the crossover episode "Dog Catchers". Later that season, James Avery (Phillip Banks) appeared as a mediator in the episode "Love on a One-Way Street".

Lark Voorhies, who appeared as Mercedes Langford Maxwell Stanton's (Alfonso Ribeiro) girlfriend turned wife, also played Cindy, a character who was romantically involved with Ribeiro's Fresh Prince character Carlton Banks. In the Season 4 episode "My Pest Friend's Wedding", James Avery and Daphne Maxwell Reid (Vivian Banks) guest starred as Dr. Maxwell Stanton's parents. Both Avery and Reid portrayed the parents of Ribeiro's Fresh Prince character. Joseph Marcell, who played the wisecracking Geoffrey Butler on Fresh Prince, also appeared as an officiating minister in the same episode.

Move to UPN

NBC canceled the series after its second season in May 1996. That same month, In the House was picked up by then-new UPN network where it was placed on the network's Monday night schedule.[3]The series ran for three additional seasons on UPN before it was canceled in 1999.

Cast

Supporting Cast

Awards and nominations

Year Award Result Category Recipient
1996 Young Artist Awards Nominated Best Performance by an Actor Under Ten - Television Jeffery Wood
Best Performance by a Young Actress - TV Comedy Series Maia Campbell
NAACP Image Awards Nominated Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series John Amos
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series LL Cool J
Outstanding Comedy Series
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1997 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series LL Cool J
1998 Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series LL Cool J
Won Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Alfonso Ribeiro
1999 Nominated Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Alfonso Ribeiro
1997 Emmy Award Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Comedy Series Art Busch (For episode "Curse of the Hill House")

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